Join us March 8-15, 2009 for our fourth adventure on the deep blue seas, as James Randi and the JREF take you south to sunny Mexico in search of fellowship, fun and a bit of frivolity. With three ports and three days of lectures, you'll experience a one-of-a-kind environment where your intellect is fed as well as your body.
This journey's vessel, the Mariner of the Seas is an oceanic behemoth of 138,000 tons displacement... with the largest passenger-space ratio of any cruise liner afloat. This is double the size of the first ship we cruised on.
The ports include three of the most popular destinations in Western Mexico. Cabo San Lucas, on the southern tip of Baja California, boasts pristine beaches, golf, fishing, and an infamous bar scene. Puerto Vallarta, with it's 2500-year plus history, was frequently the destination of choice for the Love Boat of the 70's TV series. It's still popular with locals and foreigners alike. And finally, Mazatlan's brave young men will dive off of cliffs near its famous 150-year old lighthouse and crash into the sea hundreds of feet below.
For speakers, we have James Randi who will educate and entertain in his inimitable fashion. He'll be available for casual chats and ocean gazing throughout the cruise. JREF General Manager Jeff Wagg will present information about the Chupacabra Crisis with practical tips on how to defend yourselves against this phenomenon. And finally, an as yet unannounced guest of some reknown will join us to offer a unique perspective on things skeptical and not-so-skeptical.
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